40% of dementia is preventable by altering 12 lifestyle and environmental risk factors according to world-leading dementia experts. These factors include, hearing loss, hypertension and obesity; and smoking, depression, social isolation, physical inactivity. A key ingredient for brain health is your diet. There are specific brain foods that boost your cognitive health and there are also foods that you should avoid. It’s never too late to start being mindful of what you eat.
Here are five types of foods that negatively impact brain function:
On the other hand, there are brain-healthy foods that are beneficial and are known to help prevent cognitive decline. We previously shared some recipes for brain health, and here are some additional foods to consider:
As you consider enhancing your diet with positive brain food, there are easy ways to incorporate these ingredients into your daily meals. Eating brain food for memory can be both delicious and habit forming.
A doctor-recommended light therapy that rejuvenates brain function leading to remarkable health benefits. Choose a light system that fits effortlessly into your daily routine.
A 4-light system to fits into common areas like lounges, game rooms, or libraries where groups of people experience the lights and move freely about the spaces. The lights are synchronized to fill large rooms with safe, rejuvenating light to complement daily routines and planned activities.
Our synchronized 2-light system is best for larger rooms and shared spaces like family rooms and offices. Set them up on either side of the TV and turn them on while you’re watching your favorite programs. Or set them on conference tables or end tables for daily meetings. Think of them like a candle that casts glimmering light to improve concentration and executive function.
We designed Beacon40 Personal to fit into any home or office. Turn it on for at least one hour a day and experience the passive therapy of rejuvenating 40Hz light. Use them in any room at home while you answer emails, during meals or while you go about your daily routines. Use voice controls to set your personal preferences including tone, brightness and schedule.